Experimental Immunology Branch
The Experimental Immunology Branch consists of 7 research laboratories, a flow cytometry facility, and a digital microscopy facility that perform investigations in basic immunobiology with particular emphasis on: (1) lymphocyte recognition, differentiation, and regulation; (2) cell biology of immune responses; (3) signal transduction; (4) structure, regulation, and function of genes involved in immune responses; (5) lymphocyte effector functions; (6) cytokine biology; and (7) cellular regulatory mechanisms.
|Position||Degree Required||Contact Name||Contact Email|
|Post-doctoral Fellow - Neuroscience, immunology, cell biology||Ph.D. or equivalent||Chuan Wuemail@example.com|
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The Lymphocyte Development Section has an opening for an outstanding postdoctoral fellow to explore T cells, and Immunology. Please send your C.V. and statement of interest to firstname.lastname@example.org
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